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Introducing NutriSource Element Series

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Choice NutriSource PureVita Element Series

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We are committed to independent pet stores.

You won’t find our foods in mega pet stores because we believe innovation thrives in independent stores, where the focus is on health and nutrition.

Nutrisource Formula Finder

Does your dog or cat have specific dietary needs? Let us help you find the NutriSource diet that best fits your pet.

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NutriSource SuperStars

NutriSource SuperStars
Giving Program

SuperStars are go-getters, givers and life-changers. At NutriSource, we want to help these SuperStars shine bigger and brighter, so they have the resources they need to do the good they do. We give because we’re grateful for our success. We know we wouldn’t be successful without you. And we want to direct that into causes to care about.

Learn more about the causes we support and how you can be part of our giving.

NutriSource Reviews

Hear what others are saying! 

Bonnie

I am writing to tell you that I believe in your food! I have two dogs. I was having problems with their skin and hair. Since they have been eating NutriSource, they have never been better ...
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Andy

I have a 14 week old GSD. I brought her home from the breeder at 8 weeks old. I started her off on Taste of the Wild puppy food after much research on forums and word of mouth. She was feed mostly Raw/4health kibble from the breeder ...
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Our Story

We are three generations of families located in Perham, Minnesota producing healthy pet foods since 1964. We exemplify the heart of small towns everywhere: compassion, integrity, and a deep-rooted sense of community guide our choices.

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What natural instincts do dogs have?

What natural instincts do dogs have?

With proper training, dogs can learn a whole host of commands, from sitting and speaking to more complex skills. But it’s the behaviors we don’t teach that can be the most fascinating — and often frustrating. Like all animals, dogs are born with a range of natural instincts. These instincts developed because they served the dogs in some way. So, let’s explore some of the most common natural instincts in dogs and the reasons behind the behaviors.
In this guide, you’ll learn what to expect during their growth and development, followed by a troubleshooting guide to some of the most problematic kitten behaviors, like biting, clawing, and peeing outside the litter box.

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Your guide to kitten behavior: What to expect and how to troubleshoot

Your guide to kitten behavior: What to expect and how to troubleshoot

Kittens love to pounce, chase and bite. These actions appear to originate from their predatory instincts. But these behaviors are important to kitten development, and they help with coordination, bite inhibition as well as social skills.

In this guide, you’ll learn what to expect during their growth and development, followed by a troubleshooting guide to some of the most problematic kitten behaviors, like biting, clawing, and peeing outside the litter box.

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Why Does My Dog Follow Me Everywhere?

Why Does My Dog Follow Me Everywhere?

Do you have a shadow that follows you everywhere, one with four legs, a furry face, and a wagging tail? Dogs are famous for following their humans from room to room. They’ll even take the trouble to relocate their napping spot. So why do dogs follow us everywhere? Here are a couple of possible reasons:
In this guide, you’ll learn what to expect during their growth and development, followed by a troubleshooting guide to some of the most problematic kitten behaviors, like biting, clawing, and peeing outside the litter box.

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Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers?

Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers?

Dogs live their lives low to the ground, and that means their faces are close to everything: grass, backyard creatures, furniture, their human’s legs and feet, the robo-vac. The whiskers that poke out from the dog’s muzzle, the sides of the face, and above the eyes do a lot to help your dog get around their world.

Whiskers are connected to highly sensitive nerve endings, guiding their movements, keeping them from getting bumped or poked, and helping them process their surroundings.

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